Earlier this week I sent out my NEW summer book club list of over 100 titles to the 1,600+ families signed up to join our literary explorations of Louisa May Alcott, L.M. Montgomery, Jane Austen, and Laura Ingalls Wilder!
Next week I’ll send out recommended summer movies to enjoy as well, so if you’d like to receive those, go ahead and sign up now! Even if you’re not sure if you can commit to our 8-week club, these resources will be perfect to hold on to for the future.
2019 Summer Book Club begins in:
Weekend homeschool links:
- Science says silence is much more important to our brains than we think
- The age of the expert is over
- Summertime picture books – with a downloadable list to take to the library!
- Yes, you can homeschool your child with special needs
- A brief guide to Myers-Briggs for busy people
- The mom I want to be vs. the mom I am (my devotional this week at Proverbs 31)
- SO many thanks to all who shared/voted for my Today Parenting post this week. It’s up to nearly 1,000 votes/55,000+ readers currently, and Today shared it on Instagram earlier!!
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In our homeschool, no one reading program was that “magic bullet.” Instead, each program we tried played a role in taking a child another step down the road to reading fluency.
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If you enjoyed this post, register now for Jamie’s 2019 summer book club! It’s a literary tour around the world, and it kicks off on Monday!
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